What I Learned About Judgment When My Toddler Wouldn’t Sleep

(I first wrote this weeks ago in early December, but never got around to posting it.  Over the holidays Junia slept great.  Today, the first day my wife is back at school, Junia refused to nap.  That is somewhat ironic timing as I post this.) For most of her young life, Junia has been aContinue reading “What I Learned About Judgment When My Toddler Wouldn’t Sleep”

The Fire that Consumes by Edward Fudge (Review)

Growing up in American evangelical Christianity there were a few things that were a given, one of them was belief in hell as eternal conscious torment. Those who do not believe in Jesus, which does not just include atheists and those of other religions, but those whose belief is not sincere enough, were looking atContinue reading “The Fire that Consumes by Edward Fudge (Review)”